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Yitro 2022

We begin this year’s Yitro teaching by investigating the first Bible characters to say, “Baruch Hashem!” and what they have in common. Moving on, from Moses’ interaction with his father-in-law, we extract 8 traits of a godly leader. Other topics in the teaching include men and women of valor, 3 instances of the long blast […]

January 21, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Beshalach 2022

Why does the Torah wait until the drowning of the Egyptian army to announce that Israel was saved? Why not make this announcement at the moment of the Passover? We tackle this question in this year’s Beshalach teaching. Other topics include insights from Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks regarding three Torah illustrations of maturing in God, […]

January 14, 2022 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Va’eira 2021

What does God mean when He says the patriarchs did not know Him by His personal name? This question is our first topic in this year’s teaching on Va’eira. Other topics include the Four Cups of the Passover seder, causes of spiritual deafness, frustration as an indicator of Pharaoh in our lives, and the “organized […]

December 31, 2021 in Media, Torah 5781 (2021-2022), Torah Commentary by

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Come Fellowship

We are transitioning to a home fellowship model with combined gatherings on the 1st Shabbat of each month at NOW Church in Wadsworth (services begin at 10:00AM):

NOW Church
743 High St.
Wadsworth, OH 44281

Visitors are welcome to join us in Wadsworth on the 1st Shabbat of the month. To visit a home fellowship, email us at mail@bethtikkun.com.

We will now be livestreaming only the 1st Shabbat of each month at 10:00AM EST. Weekly pre-recorded teachings will be made available for the other weeks of the month. To be a part of BT live, use the link below.

Beth Tikkun Livestream

Welcome to the online home of Beth Tikkun Messianic Fellowship. The name "Beth Tikkun" means "place of restoration." This reflects the two-fold mission of Beth Tikkun Messianic Fellowship: to restore the church to its Jewish roots and to introduce Jewish people to their Messiah, Yeshua.


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Weekly Shabbat Services

Prayer Time: 9:30 am

Morning Study: 11:00 am

Afternoon Oneg: 12:00 pm


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Southeast Church of the Nazarene
771 Dunbar Road
Talmadge, OH 44278.